Esthers Hobbys, been open since 1938. survived having 6 feet of water in it about 12 years ago. The area its in has been seeing a bit of a resurgence in the last decade.
Bill and Walt's is still around but they moved outside of town. they only have 1 location now. The hobby shop in Cranberry is Hobby Express, they moved to a much, much better location up the road in a busy shopping center. This is my go too hobby shop.
Avoid the MPC 69 Camaro and original Monogram 69 Camaro, both have major proportion issues for a 69 the Revell kit is the way too go, The AMT 68 kit is'nt bad, but if you want a 67-68 Camaro get the Revell version. The AMT 70 1/2 Camaro is also very good. But make sure it's the new one, not the version from he early 90's.
for those curious about how the lightning rod shifter works. click this link https://youtu.be/_nSGrfzJdd0 so it works kinda like an modern auto/stick style transmission. but its no substitute for a third pedal. you could not get a manual transmission in any G-Body after 1981.
I got 2 of these kits. One the body is perfectly straight. The other is warped beyond repair. Moebius needs to make the boxes a little bit bigger. Other then that they look great. Panel lines are a little light But I'll rescribe them anyways so it's not a big deal.